|Above: YouTubeCA video - Sapporo, Japan Streetcar - 札幌市電 - Length: 7:30 mins.||Above: YouTubeCA video - Riding oldest tram in Sapporo - Length: 1:54 mins.||Above: YouTubeCA video - Sapporo Subway 2018 札幌市営地下鉄 - Length: 4:33 mins.|
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ABBREVIATIONS ON THE MAP
|NY||西4丁目 (Nishi-Yon-Chōme)||Su||すすきの (Susukino)|
Operator: Sapporo City Transportation Bureau
|IY||一条・山鼻軌道線 (Ichijō-yamahana-kidōsen) [Ichijō-Yamahana line]: 西4丁目 (Nishi-Yon-Chōme) - 教育大学前 (Kyōiku-Daigaku-mae [Hokkaido University of Education]) - 静修学園前 (Seishūgakuen-mae) - すすきの (Susukino)|
|H||東豊線 (Tōhō Line)||栄町 (Sakaemachi) - 元町 (Motomachi) - 札幌駅 (Sapporo Eki [Sapporo Station]) - 大通 (Ōdōri) - 豊平公園 (Toyohira-Kōen) - 福住 (Fukuzumi)|
|N||南北線 (Nanboku Line)||麻生 (Asabu) - 北２４条 (Kita 24-jō) - 札幌駅 (Sapporo Eki [Sapporo Station]) - 大通 (Ōdōri) - すすきの (Susukino) - 中の島 (Nakanoshima) - 澄川 (Sumikawa) - 真駒内 (Makomanai)|
|T||東西線 (Tōzai Line)||宮の沢 (Miyanosawa) - 琴似 (Kotoni) - 円山公園 (Maruyama Kōen) - 大通 (Ōdori) - 菊水 (Kikusui) - 白石 (Shiroishi) - 新さっぽろ (Shin-Sapporo)|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Urban tramways: 8.4 km.
- Subway: 48 km.
- Horse-drawn tramways: 1 May 1910 - 1918?
- Electric tramways: 1918 - today
- Diesel trams: 1963 -1967
- Metro: 16 Dec. 1971 - today
- Tramways: 1067 mm.
- Metro: Rubber-tired (no rails)
- Demery, L.W., Forty, R., DeGroote, R. and Higgins, J.W. Electric railways of Japan - Vol.1: Tokyo & Northern Japan. Milton Keynes: Light Rail Transit Association, 1983.
- 札幌市電が走る街・今昔 (City quarters through which Sapporo's tramways run - Past and present) Tokyo: JTB, 2012.
Thanks to Tom Stasinski from Sapporo for some corrections of this page.
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